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Liev Schreiber skillfully plays Chuck Wepner, a dumb mook who stumbled backward into semi-celebrity in both the sports and entertainment worlds.
This penetrating documentary looks at America's original celebrity chef, who disappeared from the public eye and now finds his genius all but forgotten.
Not since “My Dinner with Andre” has a meal seemed so full of portents and human collateral.
The quotidian dilemmas of a Romanian doctor force him to examine his morals, hopes and the tatters of his various mislaid relationships.
Undeniably fun in a trashy sort of way, "Unforgettable" is one of those thrillers about women fighting each other over men, children, jobs or all three.
A film of startling authority and ravishing power, "The Promise" has all the elements of classic epic: a sweeping historical backdrop with a very intimate human story at the center.
This stop-motion animation gem, an Oscar nominee, looks at childhood in a way that's smart and tender yet straight-eyed and unsentimental.
Rock-headed and testosterone-fueled, "The Fate of the Furious" has its charms. But the franchise is an orgy of pomposity and ridiculousness.